Upcoming Classes & Events

Oct 27
2020
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
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Research Impact Series: Understanding Research Metrics

Instructor(s):
Lily Ren
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Seats left: 36
As a researcher, understanding how your researcher identity and research outputs are measured and quantified is crucial to the dissemination and impact of your research. Through a series of workshops focusing on different ways to maximize your research impact, you will gain a better understanding of the quantitative measures of ...
Oct 27
2020
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
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Open Science Reading Group

Instructor(s):
John Borghi
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The Open Science Reading Group is intended to bring together members of the Stanford Medicine community to learn about open science, discuss the application of open science practices in a biomedical context, and meet other members of the community who are interested in (or already are) incorporating open science practices ...
Nov 05
2020
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
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Quick Start: A 60-minute Research Toolkit

Instructor(s):
Connie Wong
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Get all of the following in one session! Essential PubMed tips/tricks Tips for finding the "seminal" article(s) on a topic When to use other powerful Stanford databases on cost/economics, health policy, medical education, etc.  Best approaches to managing your references, PDFs, and bibliographies using Zotero, Endnote, PaperPile or Mendeley Hit a paywall for an article? ...
Nov 10
2020
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
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Introduction to Research Data Management

Instructor(s):
John Borghi
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Your research data is important. In this session, we’ll discuss how to properly store, organize, and document your work to ensure that important data isn’t lost and that you are meeting expectations set by the parties that fund and publish your research. After this session, you’ll have the tools required ...
Nov 12
2020
1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
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Keeping Current: Stay Up to Date with the Latest Biomedical Research

Instructor(s):
Christopher Stave
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Researchers today confront an enormous and seemingly overwhelming flood of scientific literature, blogs, podcasts, and more. Fortunately, there are some excellent tools that can help you filter and organize the information that best matches your areas of interest. This workshop will provide a close look at: Powerful biology/medicine article recommendation databases ...
Nov 17
2020
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
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Zotero Basics: Software to collect, organize, and share citations

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Amanda Woodward
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Zotero is a free, open-source program for managing references. This half-hour workshop will go over the basics- including adding citations to your Zotero library, organizing your library, and quickly creating bibliographies and citations. To follow along, download Zotero and the Zotero Connector prior to the workshop. Approved for AMA PRA Category ...
Nov 19
2020
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
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Introduction to Practical Python

Instructor(s):
Cheyenne Payne
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Seats left: 45
Interested in learning the basics of programming with Python? This class provides a beginner-friendly introduction to Python syntax, data types, and operations.
Nov 24
2020
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
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Open Science Reading Group

Instructor(s):
John Borghi
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Seats left: 139
The Open Science Reading Group is intended to bring together members of the Stanford Medicine community to learn about open science, discuss the application of open science practices in a biomedical context, and meet other members of the community who are interested in (or already are) incorporating open science practices ...
Dec 01
2020
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
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Research Impact Series: Maximizing your research impact

Instructor(s):
Lily Ren
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Seats left: 44
Taking charge of and managing your researcher identify is important to distinguish you and your work from other researchers. It allows you to track the impact of your research, increase the visibility of your work, and connect all of your contributions over time. Your researcher identity is formed by combining ...